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Halloween 2013 in Craig

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From left, gnomes John and Angela Doane and zombie Leni Allen offer a big bowl of candy to passing trick-or-treaters outside Allen's Mane Attitude Salon on Thursday afternoon in downtown Craig. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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Young trick-or-treaters take time out from getting candy along Yampa Avenue to pose for a picture Thursday afternoon. Hundreds of children and parents flocked to the downtown businesses of Craig to take part in Halloween activities. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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C.J. Skowronski gives a menacing pirate grin to trick-or-treaters on the sidewalk outside Flint Personnel Service and Carelli's on Thursday afternoon. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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Sidney Kullman, 15, wears a cloak and blood-red contact lenses as evil vampire Jane, of "The Twilight Saga." Photo by Andy Bockelman

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Dressed as both Supergirl and a princess, 3-year-old Shaelynne Fross adds a piece of candy to her growing collection while trick-or-treating with her parents Thursday afternoon in downtown Craig. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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Moffat County High School juniors Abigail Gonzales and Lauren Samuelson await trick-or-treaters from the back of their sleepover-themed car during Trunk or Treat in the MCHS parking lot. The event featured cars decorated for Halloween by members of the National Honor Society, who also handed out candy to local children. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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The vehicles of National Honor Society members and Moffat County High School students Aubrey Campbell and Katelyn Peroulis are transformed temporarily into an insect and Pixar character Lightning McQueen during MCHS's Trunk or Treat on Thursday night. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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Melody Bascom holds on to 14-month-old twin sons Nathan, left, and Ethan during downtown trick-or-treating Thursday afternoon in Craig. This was the first year Bascom was able to make costumes for her boys. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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The waving bear carving along Craig's Sixth Street sports a pumpkin costume in honor of Halloween. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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A hooded wraith with rubber bats circling its head haunts passers-by on the lawn of Craig resident Ruth Sanchez. The decoration is one of many spooky seasonal motifs seen at local residences for Thursday's Halloween festivities. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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